Tropical Depression Imelda dumps more than two feet of water in parts of Houston area

HOUSTON - In 48 hours, Tropical Depression Imelda dumped more than two feet of water in some parts of the Houston area, causing hundreds of water rescues, dozens of road closures and several flash flood warnings. Heavy rain persists throughout much of the Houston area and a Flash Flood Warning is in effect for southeast Harris County until 4:30 p.m. Harris County officials said the flash flood emergency was a life-threatening situation.Harris CountyHeres a look at 10 of the areas in Harris County pummeled with the most water in the past two days, according to the Harris County Flood Warning System as of 1:30 p.m. Thursday. East fork of San Jacinto River at FM 2090, 29.92 inchesEast Fork of San Jacinto River at FM 1485, 28.28 inchesPeach Creek at FM 2090, 26.52 inchesCaney Creek at FM 2090, 24.96 inchesCreek at FM 2090, Luce Bayou at FM 2100, 20.88 inchesCedar Bayou at US 90, 18.92 inchesLake Houston Dam Spillway, 17.96 inches1930 Huffman Repeater, 17.36 inchesSan Jacinto River at Lake Houston Pkwy, 16.24 inchesCedar Bayou at FM 1942, 12.56 inchesGreater Houston RegionHeres a look at 10 of the areas in the greater Houston region inundated with the most rain in the past day, according to the National Weather Service as of 7 a.m. Thursday. Roman Forest (1.9 east northeast), 16.88 inchesConroe ( 0.7 miles east), 12.25 incheseast), Conroe (Montgomery County Airport), 11.05 inchesDayton ( 1.1 miles southeast), 11 inchessoutheast), Cleveland ( 3.6 miles south), 10.93 inchessouth), Conroe ( 2.1 miles south southwest), 9.2 inchessouth southwest), Dayton ( 0.2 miles east), 9.02 incheseast), Conroe ( 1.1 miles west), 5 incheswest), Romayor (Trinity River), 4.76 inches(Trinity River), Galveston ( 6.4 miles southeast), 4.55 inchesCopyright 2019 by KPRC Click2Houston - All rights reserved.